Exploring the Western Front...
The Armistice railway carriage in the Rethondes clearing is a replica of the real one used during the signing of the Armistice on 11 November 1918.
The world war 1 and in particular the second Battle of the Marne left behind it a particularly cruel memorial in Dormans.
The French necropolis includes over 20,000 tombs of soldiers who perished between October 1914 and September 1915.
In London, the Imperial War Museum is unique in its coverage of conflicts, especially those involving Britain and the Commonwealth...
The principal objective of the Memorial of Verdun is to teach about the battles that went on around Verdun and those of 1916 in particular.
The Caverne du Dragon (Dragon's cave) is an old stone quarry was transformed by the Germans in 1915 into barracks.
The majestic Canadian National Memorial commemorates the successful offensive of 9 April 1917 when the Canadians took Vimy Ridge.
In Flanders Fields Museum in Ieper (Ypres) invites the visitor to come to the war in Flanders. This museum is a stirring appeal against war.
The first centre for French war-wounded was set up in 1917 in this 17th century chateau by Americans...
The Battle of Passchendaele, or Third Battle of Ypres was one of the major battles of First World War.